In a minimalist palette of black, white and gray, the designer’s latest collection was pure urbane style. His tailoring was precise on suits that could best be described as structured slouch — some were left unadorned and crisp, save for a subtle zipper detail, while others were cut and spliced into a geometric patchwork of textures that included cotton, mesh and leather.

Dresses veered toward body conscious and featured his favored cut-outs, while a lone branch print and a jacquard in black and white offered visual interest. Azrouël said in his show notes he was going for “effortless ease,” and he succeeded.

In a minimalist palette of black, white and gray, the designer’s latest collection was pure urbane style. His tailoring was precise on suits that could best be described as structured slouch — some were left unadorned and crisp, save for a subtle zipper detail, while others were cut and spliced into a geometric patchwork of textures that included cotton, mesh and leather.


Dresses veered toward body conscious and featured his favored cut-outs, while a lone branch print and a jacquard in black and white offered visual interest. Azrouël said in his show notes he was going for “effortless ease,” and he succeeded.

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